Five Unusual Cruise Vacations

Share
Copy

Although the Blues Cruise Company offers a variety of musical acts, shore activities, theme nights, and on-board services, Blues Cruise is known for one thing -- attracting a community of blues jazz enthusiasts who maintain friendships long after the ship docks at its final destination. With gatherings at regional music clubs, an online forum, a social media presence, and a street team, Blues Cruise alumni clearly consider this cruise a gem amongst its competitors.

#4 -- Magic Cruise:For those to whom a trip away from home is an opportunity to create a little magic, a magic cruise offers the chance for magicians and magic enthusiasts alike to learn new tricks, enjoy performances, and partake in a variety of magic-themed entertainments spanning workshops, parties, and contests.

Departing from Long Beach, Calif., David Sandy's Magic Cruise certainly fits the bill if magic is your hobby of choice. Sandy himself has been coordinating music and magic productions for 30 years, and his Magic Cruise draws from his experience in the field with Vegas-style activities on a Carnival Splendor ship whose ports of call include three stops in Mexico -- Puerta Vallarta, Mazatalan, and Cabo San Lucas. The annual eight-day cruise rates span from $749 per person for an inside room cabin to $979 per person for a balcony cabin.

Kids are included as part of the magic as well, with an exclusive playroom on board and specially-designed entertainments for the toughest crowd of all! With all the fun of a magic convention on board a luxury cruise, this program is sure to be a favorite -- no illusion about it.

#5 -- Science and Technology Cruise: Are you fascinated by scientific development, planetary movement, computer technology and modern media? If so, vacations will never be the same after embarking on Crystal Cruises' Science and Technology Cruise. This cruise program -- offered on routes as varied as the West Indies, Mexican Riviera, and Panama Canal -- includes scholarly lectures, interaction with NASA scientists, and hands-on courses on topics such as computer training and foreign languages, coupled with all of the amenities of a traditional cruise.

After all, a lecture titled "Planetary Emergencies" is better when followed by an afternoon of deep-sea snorkeling. Crystal Cruise offers this particular program on three different cruises, with the first departing in March of 2011 from Miami, Florida. Five lecturers -- highly regarded professionals in their respective fields of nuclear strategy, scientific education, natural sciences, and space operations -- will be featured aboard on the 14 day cruise.

A variety of traditional on-board entertainments are also offered, with headlining entertainers, lounge pianists, comedians, and production shows creating a diverse lineup for nightly performances. The appeal of this cruise however, is in its sincere goal of offering passengers a chance to "navigate the vast and evolving world of science."

Fares begin at $4,490 for a stateroom, with a Crystal penthouse suite with verandah priced at $57,970. Special savings with air credits, special rates, and on-board spending certificates are available on a limited basis. All cruises set for the high seas on the 922-passenger Crystal Symphony, which boasts a casino, lap pool, Feng Shui inspired spa, full 360-degree teak deck and an expertly trained staff.

Page
  • 1
  • |
  • 2
Join the Discussion
blog comments powered by Disqus
 
You Might Also Like...